Interview with Deepanjana Pal on mentoring college students in the Mumbai Young Critics Lab for the Jio MAMI 18th Mumbai Film Festival.
On the eve of the release of their latest film Astu, a post about the cinema of Sumitra Bhave and Sunil Sukhtankar
An epic 6 hours Italian family saga, Best of Youth (La Meglio Gioventu) is a highly rewarding movie watching experience
An essay on V. Shantaram’s 1937 bilingual Kunku that proved to be a milestone in Indian cinema.
Horror as an art form is in existence for ages. The thrill and the adrenalin rush that one gets from a horror story is unmatched. Now, horror is considered to be one of the most pure forms of cinema. They say there is no better medium than moving images to spook you. The power cinema…
Chalk n Duster is a film with noble intentions. But the treatment to the subject is shoddy, to put it mildly.